مسئولیت گم شدۀ انقلاب فرهنگی
فرانسه / فرید وهابی
20-May-2009 (5 comments)

 محمود دولت آبادی، نویسندۀ سرشناس ایرانی که از میرحسین موسوی حمایت می کند، ناگهان به عبدالکریم سروش حمله کرد و او را یکی از مسببان انقلاب فرهنگی دانست و بدین ترتیب باعث شد که خاطرات تلخ انقلاب فرهنگی، و به دنبال آن، پرسش هایی در مورد مسئولیت وقایع، برای چندمین بار، مطرح گردد.

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IRANdokht

Thank you Mazdak

by IRANdokht on

I just scanned it a bit and looked at the names. Never even occured to me that I could find a wiki entry on it!!! 

I'll study it more when I go home tonight. I knew they had Islamic committees in high schools too, but they didn't close them for three years.  I was a freshman at Amir Kabir and they kicked us out a little after the first semester was over. When they reopened, they didn't allow many people back in, including me... 

IRANdokht


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Interesting question

by Mazdak (not verified) on

Yes, it's painful to think about those days. The counter-revolution (at least that's the way I like to think about it) was extended to high schools too (and that's where I was at the time). Who was involved? It's fairly obvious that it was modeled after the Chinese Cultural Revolution of the mid-60's with the Red Guards brandishing their Little Red Books and harrassing anyone who didn't follow Mao's line. They borrowed the lingo and the posturing definitely. Mr. Soroush certainly was one of its most visible faces on TV and the press. See this Wikipedia entry:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_Cultural_Revo...

More needs to be written about this.


IRANdokht

true

by IRANdokht on

Enghelab farhangi was when they established themselves as the sole group in power and cleaned up the universities of all non-islamist activists...

Is there any place we can learn of all the names of those involved?

ugh...   I hate to even think back at those three years when I lost so many of my friends. I've tried very hard to block those memories.

IRANdokht


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They were all in on it!

by Mazdak (not verified) on

Anyone who lived in Iran back then knows that the so-called Enghelab-e Farhangi, was engineered by the ideologues and lackeys of Khat-e Emam. It was the second step in the coup d’état that was meant to Jacobanize the revolution, the first step being the taking over of the US embassy. Mr. Soroush was there, as well as Moussavi and others, if not explicitly then implicitly. It pushed Nehzat-e Azadi and Jebeh-e Melli out of the political arean and convinced Mujahedin-e Khalgh that the only way to deal with Emam and his followers was from the barrel of a gun. It's just no longer fashionable for the so-called moderates to brag about their revolutionary credentials. It's also hypocritical of Dolatabadi to single out Soroush.


IRANdokht

finally!

by IRANdokht on

It's about time that they call "enghelab Farhangi" illegal and shameful. 

I had no idea that after all these years, they have realized what they did and are finally trying to blame each other for that 3 years of our lives that they took away and subsequently ruined the rest of it.

Thanks Fred!  you made my day!

IRANdokht